Tips for Saving Fuel Video, Revisited

Is it 2008 all over again? That summer, gas prices surged to the highest levels ever seen, with some areas of California topping $5 per gallon. While prices aren’t that bad yet — the national average is $3.28 a gallon — prices are climbing at an alarming rate, with a 6-cent jump occurring overnight Thursday.

During the two-year reprieve from unstable, pricey gas, you may have forgotten all those common-sense practices we gave to save fuel, so we’re dusting off an oldie here to enlighten us all. Watch as Cars.com Editor-in-Chief Patrick Olsen goes over some best practices.

By Colin Bird | February 25, 2011 | Comments (0)

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